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MALMO, Sweden - Second-ranked Henrik Stenson shot an 8-under 64 to share the third-round lead with Englands Eddie Pepperell at the Nordea Masters on Saturday. Air Max 97 Homme Pas Cher . Stenson had seven birdies along with an eagle on the seventh hole and a lone bogey, leaving the Swede at 13-under 203 on PGA Sweden Nationals Lakes Course. Pepperell shot a 65 that included eight birdies and one bogey. Stenson is winless this year after sweeping the European Tours Race to Dubai and PGA Tours FedEx Cup last season. "It would be huge to win at home in Sweden. I havent done that before so its something I really want to do. Ive got a good chance, but theres a long way to go," Stenson said. The highlight of the day was his 155-yard eight iron on the seventh hole. "It was an awesome shot. I hit a lot of good iron shots last year, but none that went in so it was about time," Stenson said. Pepperell said he was excited to be sharing the lead with Stenson coming into the final day. "Henrik is one of the best players in the world, hes in fine form and it is his home country," the Englishman said. "I couldnt ask for much more really from a final round." Scotsman Stephen Gallagher (65) and Alvaro Quiros of Spain (66) were one stroke behind heading into the last day, while fifth-place Frances Victor Dubuisson shot a 67 for an 11-under total. Air Max 270 Femme Pas Cher . -- Ricky Romeros comeback bid hit another road bump Tuesday in an ugly 18-4 Jays loss to a Detroit Tigers split squad. Air Max 90 Homme Pas Cher . - Maynor Figueroa headed in a late goal to give Honduras a 1-1 draw with the United States in an international friendly Tuesday. http://www.maxnikepascher.fr/grossiste-air-max-270-react.html . LOUIS -- Joe Thornton and the San Jose Sharks won the matchup of unbeaten teams.Nassau, Bahamas (SportsNetwork.com) - The 22nd-ranked UCLA Bruins and the UAB Blazers will try to salvage their stays in the Battle 4 Atlantis on Friday night in the seventh-place game at Imperial Arena. UCLA failed to advance to the winners side of the bracket in the quarterfinals by suffering a 75-65 loss at the hands of Oklahoma and then had another disappointing setback on Thursday in a nationally-ranked showdown with North Carolina, 78-56. It was the first two losses of the season for the Bruins, who are 4-2. UAB was outmatched in both of its matchups in this event, falling to the seventh-place game after losing to Wisconsin (72-43) and Florida (56-47). The Blazers are off to a sluggish start this season at just 2-4. The Bruins and the Blazers have never before squared off on the hardwood. Although the Bruins played tight with UNC for most of the first half of their latest game, the Tar Heels finished the first half on an 18-4 run to go into intermission up by double digits and the Bruins never sniffed the lead in the second stanza. They shot only 38.6 percent from the field, which included a dreadful 1-of-14 showing from 3-point range, and they were also plagued by 23 turnovers. Norman Powell paced the losing effort with 15 points, while Kevon Looney and Bryce Alford netted 11 and 10 points, respectively. Two poor showings in this event hasnt been able to completely spoil UCLAs impressive offensive numbers this season, as it shoot 46 percent from the field for 83.7 ppg, which is moore than good enough to support a modest scoring defense (73. Air Max 720 Soldes. 2 ppg). Alford (18.2 ppg) and Powell (18.0 ppg) are one of the best one-two scoring punches in the nation, with the duo combining to shoot 26-of-67 from 3-point range. Alford also gets his teammates involved with 7.3 apg and Powell is a great perimeter defender with nearly three steals per game. Rounding out the outstanding starting five are Looney (14.3 ppg, 11.5 rpg), Tony Parker (11.7 ppg) and Isaac Hamilton (10.0 ppg). The Blazers put forth a great effort against Florida on Thursday, even holding a two-point lead with under four minutes to play, but they faltered down the stretch by allowing the Gators to score the final 11 points of the game. Their defensive effort was spectacular, as they held Florida to a mere 34 percent field goal shooting, but unfortunately they could not take advantage with a modest 42.2 percent showing (including 4-of-14 from 3-point range) to go with a game-high 16 turnovers. Tosin Mehinti and Robert Brown were the only players to score in double figures with 12 points apiece. UAB has established a similar theme this season, as its lackluster offensive attack (.402 FG percentage, 63.0 ppg) isnt quite good enough to support a stellar defense (.439, 67.7). Brown (11.3 ppg) and C.J. Washington (9.3 ppg) are the leading scorers but neither shoots greater than 36 percent from the field. Tyler Madison (9.3 ppg), Mehinti (8.8 ppg) and Hakeem Baxter (8.0 ppg) have also been solid. ' ' '

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